Beneficiary of pollination
Joining the FCH Rotary breakfast meetings on Zoom: open the link below and click on Open Zoom Meetings and follow the prompts.
With masks mandated for our in-person breakfast (when not eating or speaking to the group), a supply is available at the meeting, free to attendees.
March 24, 2021
No club meeting today.
Ten members and guest Jodi Gadient of Columbia Heights Public Schools signed in this morning as member Kristen Stuenkel led a second followup discussion on Zoom of Operation Pollination (the subject of the presentation at the March 3 club meeting) during the club’s normal meeting time. The meeting summarized the previous meeting and moved to a discussion of possible projects and partners for growing pollinators and increasing pollination awareness in our service areas. Participants will contact possible partners and explore sites for pollination activities.
Member Amada Marquez Simula called the group’s attention to recent publicity in the Northeaster newspaper about the City of Columbia Heights’s effort to emphasize pollinatiuoin activities through the Mayors’ Pollination Pledge program. See:
Further Zoom meetings for club members concerning pollination activities will be scheduled and announced in April.
The club will meet only on the first and third Wednesdays of the months from December through March; the next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 7.
Members may sign up to deliver groceries for SACA on any Saturday in March at If you will be driving, provide your insurance card and driver’s license for SACA to copy for its records.
The Refuge golf course has been reserved for the next Golf Classic, on July 19, 2021. Save the date, line up your foursome, and spread the word!
Speaker on April 7: Rick Olson of Prior Lake Rotary will speak on the Nakivale Refugee Settlement (Uganda) Rotary Global Grant project.